• Sat. Oct 23rd, 2021

From comics to music, ‘How much everything became blue’ by Baronciani becomes a record

Byeditorial

May 6, 2021

The album, which comes out tomorrow for La Tempesta Dischi, talks about panic attacks and a fear common to many people, which leads us to ask ourselves more and more often how we really are, what makes us feel bad, what makes us feel good. From comics to music. And what happened to ‘When everything turned blue’, the graphic novel by Alessandro Baronciani and published by Bao Publishing which became a record thanks to the collaboration of Corrado Nuccini from the Giardini di Mirò and the voices of Ilariuni dei Gomma, Her Skin and Verano. The album, which will be released on 7 May for La Tempesta Dischi, talks about panic attacks and a fear common to many people, which leads us to ask ourselves more and more how we really are, what makes us feel bad, what makes us feel good. . It all started with the concert / show taken from the comic ‘When everything turned blue’ which involved Baronciani in a summer tour during the summer of 2020, made thanks to Suner and the synergy of Arci and the Emilia Romagna Region and Dna concerts. On stage playing with Corrado Nuccini were Daniele Rossi and many other guests who gave voice to the protagonist of the book including: Maria Antonietta, Any Other, Hån and Giungla. The songs of the show have now become a 9-track record: harmonies of female vocals, strings and synths that cross dream-pop and ambient melodies. The disc was recorded at the Sonic Temple studio in Parma and in addition to Corrado Nuccini who oversaw the production, Daniele Rossi, Emanuele Reverberi, Alessandro Baronciani, who wrote the lyrics, and Andrea Rovacchi who in addition to playing on the disc played recorded and mixed the album. The vinyl will be released by Black Marmalade Records, in 500 copies – white vinyl and with a ‘limited edition blue’ with original designs by Alessandro Baronciani.